LegacyDN to the rescue

Continuing with the swing migration from the last post, all continued to go exceptionally well with the process. We kicked off an Exchange backup remotly prior to heading to site so there was less waiting around. (I use RDP to manage servers just about everyday and I am still extremely impressed with how it has made my job so much easier). The data transfer went a treat, in fact it was all going very well until it came time to mount the Exchange databases. The databases and log files were all in the right location but when mounting the databases … Continue reading LegacyDN to the rescue

Following the Feb SBS users group meeting…

We had a great meeting the other week and covered a lot of ground. The PowerPoint deck will shortly be available for download on the www.sbsusers.net site (go to the meetings page). We had a discussion about some issues being experienced with Backup Exec on SBS. Andrew (one of my team) has covered this ground several times and came up with the goods – in particular how to get jobs that get to 99% to complete successfully rather than just sit in a pending state. Turns out David from the Sydney SBS group has the same frustrations, so for all … Continue reading Following the Feb SBS users group meeting…